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The AVACEN 100 is a patented and FDA-Cleared Class II medical device that uses cutting edge technology developed by AVACEN Medical. It incorporates heat therapy and negative pressure to increase local circulation and infuse heat into a unique vascular network, located in the palm of the hand. Raising the blood temperature at this “single point treatment” (the palm) increases blood temperature throughout the body naturally via the circulatory system. This can benefit the entire body.
The AVACEN 100 uses the AVACEN Treatment Method (ATM) – a noninvasive pain management technology platform for people at normal body temperature. This technology platform uses a microprocessor controlled chamber to surround the hand with a slight negative pressure, while adding heat to the palm. This negative pressure expands the volume of blood in the palm’s unique vascular networks while heat is simultaneously transferred from the computer managed palm pad into these expanded vascular networks.
*FDA-Cleared and CE Mark Approved OTC Non-Invasive Medical Device
*Limited 30-Day Return Policy
- Minor muscle & joint pain*
- Muscle spasms*
- Minor strains & sprains*
- Muscle relaxation*
How it works
Increasing your body’s blood temperature from within your vascular network, rather than from outside with the use of a spa, sauna, or heating pad is the key to the entire process. The palm of the hand is one of the best places for applied heat therapy because of the unique network of blood vessels that exists very close to the skin.
When your body naturally heats up, it pumps more blood to your hands and feet to dissipate the excess heat. That’s why you can stick your foot out of the covers at night and cool off so easily. The AVACEN has reversed that process to help you improve your body’s microcirculation.
While this method seems simple, it was actually overlooked as a treatment solution because, except for the intentional creation of hyperthermia to treat cancer, the primary purpose for infusing heat into the circulatory system was to move people suffering from extreme cold and shock to normal body temperature as safely as possible. And when the body recovered, the job was done and there was no need for further warming or testing.
Our patented AVACEN Treatment Method (ATM) continues infusing heat into the circulatory system for people with a normal body temperature. The result is: the body works to dissipate this unwanted infusion of heat by pumping warmed blood through deep tissue, causing blood vessels and capillaries throughout the body to expand in order to dissipate this excess heat. This normal thermal-exchange process is called radiation. This results in significant benefits for arthritis and muscular relaxation.
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